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PostPosted: Fri Mar 14, 2008 10:29 am 
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1.)S 0,8 A 3,2 ISO400 FL 7,4mm
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2.)S 0,5 A 2,8 ISO200 FL 7,4mm(dont know the exact equivalent length)
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Both pictures shot the same day, it was rainy and cloudy, therefore choose the black/white setting.
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i like shot no2. I'd increase the contrast and decrease tej brightness in p+p.

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I like the angle of the first one, IMO a bigger DoF would've been better... I'd have to see to compare

Nice silky water though!

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